Brake bleeds require pushing fluid through a hydraulic brake system to ensure all air bubbles and moisture are purged while the fluid is refreshed. If brakes are not bled routinely, the fluid will absorb air and water moisture, reducing brake pressure and performance.
Articles in this section
- Which is the right brake pad for my SRAM road brake?
- What is the bed-in procedure for SRAM road brakes?
- How do I mount the new SRAM brake hose compression fittings the right way?
- What is the correct SRAM brake mounting adapter for my road bike?
- Can I shorten a SRAM road brake line without having to bleed the brake?
- When should my SRAM road brake pads be replaced?
- Can I bleed my SRAM road brakes without the correct bleed block?
- How do I shorten my SRAM road brake hose?
- Why are bleed blocks necessary when bleeding SRAM road brakes?
- Which bleed block do I use for my SRAM road brake?